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    Oswald the Lucky Rabbit in Africa Oswald and Others Development/Model Drawings Group of 2 (Walter Lantz, 1930). A pair of extremely rare character development/model drawings of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, and some characters from the same short. Both were produced on 2 top peghole animation paper. The animation for the short was done by Tex Avery, Clyde Geronimi, and Pinto Colvig, just to name a few. Walt Disney lost the rights to Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, which resulted in the creation of an alternative -- Mickey Mouse! Done in graphite, the images measure from 3" to 5". The short is viewable on YouTube.com. Rare and early animation treats, matted to an overall size of 16.5" x 14", with a mat openings of 10.5" x 8". Both are in Fine condition.

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    December, 2015
    13th-14th Sunday-Monday
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